Scarpa Veloce

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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Veloce. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Scarpa's Veloce page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Scarpa Womens Veloce Lady Climbing Shoe proves that a high performance shoe doesnt have to come with the toe-curling pain factor. This hook-and-loop shoe gives rock divas the comfortable fit they desire with a precise shape and ultra-sticky Vibram XS rubber that gives you better hold than a gecko. The unlined suede leather upper features a womens-specific design and molds to your foot over time. CLOSEOUTProduct FeaturesMaterial: Suede leatherLining: UnlinedSole: 5mm Vibram XS GripLast: SlipAsymmetrical Curvature: LowLacing: Hook-and-loopManufacturer Warranty: 1 YearMade in Italy

- Second Ascent

The Scarpa Veloce Lady is a combination of comfort, convenience and performance built specfically for women. The Veloce is a shoe for all types of rock indoor and out. The upper suede really starts to feel good after a few climbs and the vibrum sole sticks on all types of rock. If you're a beginner looking for a comfortable, versatile starter or more advanced looking for a good all-around shoe, then the Scarpa Lady Veloce is for you.

- CampSaver.com

Progress through the grades; performance meets comfort and convenience.

- EMS

The Veloce Women's Climbing Shoe balances performance and comfort to give climbers everything they need to start climbing, progress through the grades, and crush their boyfriends on the stone. Vibram XS Edge rubber sticks to the smallest holds like glue and makes techy footwork feel like ladder rungs. The suede uppers mold to your foot as these shoes break in, and the dual hook-and-loop closures let you put them on and take them off quickly and easily.

- Backcountry.com

Scarpa Women's Veloce

MSRP:
$109.00

The Scarpa Women's Veloce is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 12, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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